BREAKING WORLD WAR III NEWS: CHINA NOW SEES ITSELF AS A GLOBAL POWER AND IS STARTING TO ACT LIKE ONE. BEIJING GROWS BOLDER IN CHALLENGING THE U.S.-LED GLOBAL ORDER. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, says that years ago, President Xi Jinping did not set out to change the world order because the world order under the United States of America created a cash-cow bonanza for China making them very wealthy. Who in their right mind would want to mess up trillions of dollars coming into their country from America mainly and from markets worldwide? Nobody.
Recently, God has stirred up China, Russia, and other countries because of the unwise decisions of American and Western governments to collude with the Church to ordain, sanction, and promote the insane abominations of homosexuality, homosexual marriage, and transgenderism, which they have filled their governments, militaries, and even churches with. These old-fashioned men see this as suicidal for any nation, and frankly, they see the behavior of the U.S. and the West as irresponsible, destructive, and unsustainable. They do not want to be forced into dealing with government leaders who would be so unwise as to allow this sinful insanity in their government, their military, and in their churches. They do not even want to shake hands with such people. And, they do not want their government officials and their countries to have to submit to that kind of devilish, WOKE, Western world order under America because they do not want that demonic, disorderly spirit to invade their country, and yes, some of these countries are godless, and some are anti-Christian. However, God has given people worldwide a conscience and common sense. And sadly to the world, people in America are acting like they do not have Christianity, conscience, or common sense, and they see the chaos that has come from WOKEISM and the condoning of homosexuality, homosexual marriage, and transgenderism. These countries do not want to deal with that foolishness to do business with America and the West.
BEIJING—China now sees itself as a global power—and it is starting to act like one.
Long reluctant to inject itself into conflicts far from its shores, Beijing is showing a new assertiveness as Xi Jinping begins his third term as the country’s head of state, positioning China to draw like-minded countries to its side and to have a greater say on global matters.
China is emerging from three years of “zero-Covid” isolation to a far more unfriendly West, and signaling that it feels it has the military and economic heft to start shaping the world more to its interests.
Earlier this month, Beijing surprised the world by brokering a detente between Saudi Arabia and Iran, a bold foray into the Middle East’s turbulent rivalries.
Now, Mr. Xi says he wants to insert himself into efforts to end the Russia-Ukraine war, as he returns home from several days of warm meetings in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and plans his first conversation since the beginning of the war with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
The moves might not result in lasting diplomatic breakthroughs, and China’s perceived inclination toward Russia on the Ukraine war, highlighted again this week in Moscow, has undercut Mr. Xi’s credibility as a neutral arbiter among Kyiv’s backers. Early Wednesday, as Mr. Xi was preparing to depart Moscow, Russia launched a new wave of missiles and armed drones into Ukraine, killing four people in a school dormitory in the Kyiv region.
But China’s willingness to wade into these conflicts in such a strident way marks a new phase in the country’s vision for itself and its role in the world. It sends a message that China and its friends are no longer obliged to conform to a U.S.-led global order, and that Beijing poses a challenge to Washington as it tries to shape a world it sees as divided between democracies and autocracies.
China long hewed to a policy of biding one’s time while slowly building up its economic, political and military might.
That began to shift as China’s economic and political interests came to span the globe, with infrastructure projects tied to its Belt and Road initiative in Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia. It has hundreds of billions of dollars of investments and growing diasporas worldwide that must be protected, as well as a voracious appetite for strategic resources abroad.